Cultivating Garden Style with Rochelle Greayer

What are those special ingredients that elevate a garden into a stylish and unforgettable space? What’s the best way to unleash your garden personality, and how can you create an outdoor place that’s uniquely your own? Just in time for another… [Continue Reading]

Cultivating Garden Style with Rochelle Greayer Cultivating Garden Style with Rochelle Greayer

How Long Will Vegetable Seeds Stay Viable?

Each year, I end up with many more vegetable seeds than I could possible plant in my garden. So, I give them to friends. Or, I save them for the next growing season ... or, the next growing season after that. As a result, some of my seeds are several… [Continue Reading]

How Long Will Vegetable Seeds Stay Viable? How Long Will Vegetable Seeds Stay Viable?

Creating a Cottage Garden

A proper cottage garden, explains Oxford Dictionary, is defined as "an informal garden stocked typically with colourful flowering plants." And that's the type of garden I've created at my home (Zone 6B/7), as you can see above. From self-seeding poppies… [Continue Reading]

Creating a Cottage Garden Creating a Cottage Garden

Growing Food From Seeds

Growing food from seeds is easier than you may think. This Seasonal Wisdom mini-guide gives you quick tips and resources for seed starting this growing season, as well as some of my favorite foods to grow from seeds.… [Continue Reading]

Growing Food From Seeds Growing Food From Seeds

Five Reasons Why Kids Should Garden

One of my favorite childhood memories was running around the garden until dinner time, chasing after lightning bugs and catching tadpoles. Sadly, too many kids spend most of their summer time indoors, playing on video games or watching TV. This lack… [Continue Reading]

Five Reasons Why Kids Should Garden Five Reasons Why Kids Should Garden

A Tiller That Doesn’t Break Your Back

June 9, 2015

If you’re like many gardeners, you may have some rather back-breaking memories of working a rototiller.  I know I did. That’s why I wondered whether I could use this powerful new Troy-Bilt Bronco Axis Garden Rototiller myself to turn my soil, without breaking my back.

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Field to Vase Dinners with American Grown Flowers

June 5, 2015

Imagine an intimate dinner with friends and family members enjoying seasonal, sustainable and American Grown Flowers on the table and even in your meal. Here’s your chance to participate in a “Field to Vase” dinner coming to a city near you. There’s even a special discount for Seasonal Wisdom readers!

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Garden Design Tips from P. Allen Smith

June 2, 2015

Recently, Seasonal Wisdom was honored to attend the 5 year reunion of Garden2Blog with P. Allen Smith and a couple dozen well-known garden bloggers from across the nation. This is the third time I’ve had the pleasure to attend this invitation-only event, and I always bring home plenty of new creative ideas for my home. […]

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The 20/30 Something Garden Guide

May 25, 2015

No one is born with a green or brown thumb. We all need a little help developing our gardening skills from time to time. Sometimes those skills are passed on from generation to generation, if you’re lucky. But more likely than not, they aren’t. Dee Nash, the author of The 20-30 Something Garden Guide (St. […]

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The Art of Gardening Giveaway

May 6, 2015

After a long winter for many people, it’s finally time to get gardening. That’s why Seasonal Wisdom is so delighted to host this giveaway of fun prizes, which will help increase your creativity and success in the garden. But hurry! This giveaway ends midnight, Tuesday, May 12, 2015.  Congratulations to Daniel B. of Charlotte, North […]

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A Stroll Through Ventura Botanical Gardens

April 18, 2015

In the foothills overlooking Ventura, California are the rapidly growing seeds of a new botanical garden, specializing in Mediterranean plants. On a recent spring day, Seasonal Wisdom took a quick stroll along the public garden’s demonstration trail and enjoyed breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands in the distance. Here’s an armchair tour of […]

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Garden Tour of Middleton Place

March 23, 2015

What do a famous city in South Carolina, a picturesque old home and six national bloggers have in common? Come along on this tour of one of America’s most important historic gardens and I’ll tell you about it.

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Happy Spring!

March 16, 2015

We’re celebrating the start of spring at Seasonal Wisdom with fun garden tips, seasonal recipes and old folklore.  “Spring would not be spring without bird songs,” said Frances M. Chapman.  We agree!  Singing birds, flowering trees, baby rabbits, tender lettuces, sweet peas and so much more… Here are some of Seasonal Wisdom’s favorite resources for […]

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How to Host a Seed Swap

March 1, 2015

Maybe you bought too many flower and vegetable seeds. Or, perhaps you’re lusting for different types of seeds to grow this year. No problem. Why not share the bounty by swapping those seeds with friends and neighbors? Here’s advice from Seasonal Wisdom on how to host a seed swap …

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Designing Gardens with Fine Foliage

February 25, 2015

Flowers are fabulous. But what happens to your garden when those flowers stop blooming? The truth is that foliage really matters if you want gorgeous garden beds or containers.  To help you design your garden with spectacular foliage, renowned author and speaker Christina Salwitz shares her garden tips and plant ideas with Seasonal Wisdom.  Come […]

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